|X Operations - DHCJohn|
X-Operations is a freeware first-person shooter, released in 2007, that aims for "007 style graphics and Incredible Gameplay." It was created by two Japanese guys with a basic understanding of game development, and no sense of aesthetics. Somehow or other, this game has gathered a sort of cult following in both it's country of origin and here in the states. People are apparently willing to overlook the fact that the weapons are completely unbalanced, that the graphics and sound design are awful,...
Keywords: let's play; dhcjohn; x operations
|X-Men Legends - Jamesman|
In the fall of 2004, Activision released the Raven Software-developed X-Men Legends on multiple platforms. An interesting take on the "comic book game" genre, XML is an action RPG, in which you create 4-person teams from the 14 playable characters, and earn experience and money to increase their abilities. Storywise, the game's focus is on "new" character Alison Crestmere, who is of interest to both the Brotherhood of Mutants and the X-Men...
|X-Men Legends II - Syrg Sapphire|
So a while back there was this action-RPG called X-Men Legends, and because Activision published it, there was inevitably a sequel called X-Men Legends II. The first game went "okay, let's kinda pretend to be the comics in case those guys want in". This one decided fuck that noise, we're going to mash up so much shit you have no idea what's coming next. Similarly, they also made sure you had no idea who the fuck you got to play as from version to version...
Keywords: let's play; Syrg Sapphire; X-Men Legends II
|X-Men: Arcade Game - Maxwell Adams|
Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; Maxwell Adams; X-Men: Arcade Game